CRUSH Your Goals in 2012

More Info on our Nutritional Education Program

Join us on EVERY Wednesdays or  Saturdays (we over the same information in both classes)

Wednesdays: Wegmans Grocery Store @ 7PM

9001 McHugh Drive Lanham MD, 20706

Saturday: After School Karate Academy @ 9:30AM

6950 Laurel Bowie Road Bowie, MD 20715

10 Insider Tips to LOSE Your Resolution & START Your REVOLUTION

Number 1: Make Realistic and Specific Goals

~ Before you even try to make a change in your life, make sure the goals you are setting is actually attainable. Remember ALL goals are attainable if you actually have a “system” put into place, rather than just “winging it.”  Be as specific as possible because life is all about the “details.”

Number 2: Make a Measureable Goal That Can Be Broken Up Into Smaller Goals

~ How do you eat an elephant? You eat it one bite at a time just as you would mouse…okay, I know that’s a bad analogy, but that is the way you have to look at all big goals is that you need to break them down into smaller goals that are easier to envision yourself attaining.

Number 3: Tell Other People About Your Goals, Peer Pressure Still Works

~ Whenever you attempt to accomplish something big, don’t keep it a secret. Make sure you tell those that are close to you and that you can entrust with the duties of holding you accountable to your goals. Use all the Facebook, Twitter, Four Square, and etc. to keep those around you aware of your accomplishments as well as your setbacks.

Number 4: Hang Out With People Who Have Similar Goals, Iron Sharpens Iron

~ You MUST surround yourself with like-minded individuals that are going through the same internal revolution that you are going through. Its like you have checked yourself into your own little “Rehab Center”.

Number 5: Make a Pros and Cons List of Your Goal

~ This will actually help you make your goals as specific as possible, as well as it will help you realize what you have been missing in your life by failing to achieve this goal earlier (which will be even more motivation for you to succeed.

Number 6: Ask Yourself the “Five Why” Questions

~Whenever you make a goal…ask yourself “why” do you want that goal? Then after you answer the 1st why, then ask yourself “why” do you want whatever it was you answered the first why with. Repeat this exercise with “5 Whys”. This is a very powerful exercise to reveal your true motivations and beliefs about all of your goals in life.

Number 7: Stay Motivated

~Whenever you are doing something good, there are always going to be minor setbacks. This is a given in life, and you always have to remember that they are exactly just that…a minor setbacks, which will make reaching your goals even more sweeter.

Number 8: Enjoy the Journey, and “Check Your Rear View Mirror” Often

~In a world in which everything is measured only by the “end results”, I challenge to periodically and systemically to analyze your journey towards your goals…appreciate the effort and time that it took to get you to where you are (no matter how far you are from your goal).

When you focus on the “evolution” process, rather than just the end product you will start to enjoy the journey and learn so much more about yourself.

Number 9: Educate Yourself and/or Get Professional Help

~Sounds to simple, but so many people set a goal knowing that they lack knowledge to be successful and just hoping to get there somehow. Nothing good ever comes from guessing, wishing, hoping, and any other of those weak-minded words that have become the standard in the average Americans vocabulary.

Number 10: Don’t Be Afraid to Push the Restart Button

~The best part of life is that ability to start over again. If you are trying to accomplish great things, you might have to push “restart” button a few times. If fact, some of the best plans for achieving success incorporate thorough analysis and checkpoints tailored towards being able to refocus and regroup at any point of the process.

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